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Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Project Manager
Midhurst, with travel throughout the South Downs National Park
Starting salary of £34,000 to £37,333 (within a scale of £34,000-£44,000)
To be considered for this role it is essential that you have relevant experience in planning policy and/or environmental planning together with a working knowledge of planning law and procedures, current Town and Country Planning legislation, relating to Development Plans. You will have excellent planning, time-management and organisational skills with the ability to negotiate in a positive and constructive manner with infrastructure providers and community groups, and the ability to support and articulate solutions in meetings with other outside organisations. Your excellent written and verbal communications skills will enable effective defences at an Examination in Public, communicating with officers, Members, developers, local community groups and the public, orally, numerically and in writing will be supported by competency using office IT systems. A clear, logical, constructive approach to solving problems and addressing difficult issues whilst working pro-actively and independently is required.
You are educated to GCSE grade A-C or equivalent in English and Maths, have a degree/diploma in town and country planning and membership of the RTPI. A current driving licence with a suitable vehicle for travel across and around the National Park is also necessary.
Preferably you have experience preparing planning policy evidence, with reference to viability studies, infrastructure and developer contributions together with project management skills. Experience in development finance and viability with knowledge of the South Downs National Park and its planning context is also beneficial.
If you think that you can add value to this role, meet the person specification, we would like to hear from you.
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